Maintaining your new hearing aid
When you purchase a new hearing aid, it's important to properly maintain the hearing aid in order to ensure that it lasts and continues to perform as expected.
This includes cleaning your hearing aid daily, replacing: batteries sound tubes and ear tips on a regular basis, and scheduling annual check-ups with an audiologist.
Additionally, make sure to inspect the device for any visible damage such as cracks or discoloring, and ask your audiologist about any repairs that may be needed.
Finally, consider purchasing a protection plan for extra peace of mind.
By taking the necessary steps to keep your hearing aid in top shape, you can get years of use out of your hearing aid.